Solidarity should be a core principle guiding the development of innovative and ethical AI applications to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the newly published
The COVID-19 pandemic has generated a vast amount of research to support detection, patterns of transmission, treatment, development of vaccines and impacts of the pandemic. UN Global Pulse is working with partners from academia, research institutes, private sector companies, and civil society to support the UN Family.
We’ve been conducting research to scale high-impact data science to respond to the pandemic.
The COVID-19 outbreak has generated a vast amount of research to support detection, patterns of transmission, treatment, development of vaccines and impacts of the pandemic.
The number of COVID-19 cases continues to grow at an alarming rate – with over 487,000 people being infected worldwide as of March 26, 2020
From plague outbreaks to COVID-19: On the value of ship traffic data for epidemic modeling of diseases
Ships are an important means of transportation for both people and goods, which also makes them potential hotspots for diseases, especially those with a longer
Mentions of UN Global Pulse’s COVID-19 work in the media.
We’ve been working with the scientific community to produce AI methodologies that can help COVID-19 response.